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I am a bit surprised it worked through 12 min cycle without drawer fully closed. If you had to force drawer to close position then I would suggest you inspect the lid seal for damage. It can cause leakage in future and shutdown dishwasher.
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The GearBox-press and clutch disk needs revision. This happens when you avoid using the brakes, more like reducing speed using the gears. It is very dangerous if it brakes by itself when riding, So I suggest you start by checking the Clutch disk and the Press may be worn out..
The drawers on many CD players are belt driven. The belt may have gone bad. Others have a gear drive with a clutch plate that slips if the mechanism is overloaded. An excess of dirt or dust in the gears would be an overload. (The worst case I ever saw was a CD player in a woodworking shop. I had to clean out a lot of very fine sawdust from the plastic gears and lube them with paste wax before it would work.)
Caution: avoid looking into the CD laser lens when you have the unit plugged in. Even though you can't see the beam, it can burn a hole in the retina of your eye, leaving a possibly permanent blind spot. When I work on a problem like this, I turn the drawer motor pulley or gear by hand to test the mechanism so I don't need power. That way I can feel any drag or catch points that need to be addressed. Once it works manually, I avoid putting my face over the unit while I apply power for a pre-closure test.
There is grime build up in the reducer gears that release the lasers assambley and pushs out the tray.
The motor is not strong enough to break
the magnet clamp that holds the game disk between
the hub and the spindle motor .
If you press eject wait 1 second and then
slap the top of the unit hard over the drive this will
break the seal and the tray should open .
try a little Vaseline under the tray in the tracks
then open and close it to work it in, this
may help a little but the drive will have to
be opened and cleaned to resolve this problem completely
According to the 700s/500s service manual:
E-9101 - MECHANICAL TIME OUT - Mechanical operation did not end in allotted time (CLAMP: 4s) - The loading mechanism is defective.
It means that, for some reason, the mechanism that moves the optical assembly couldn't move to the right position in the limit time of 4 seconds. If there's no CD inside, from the tranparent ring probaly you'll see that the sliding door inside the unit has remained improperly closed (the laser pickup couldn't "see" anything).
Unscrew the 4 black screws under your unit, and remove the cover. If the optical unit has remained exposed (probably not), be careful to not touch the lens. On the left part there's a smal motor and gear mechanism. Try to manually rotate the gears, see how the mechanism works (sliding door opens, optical pickup become exposed and goes up) and check if there's any strange behavior (hard to move, strange clicking noises). Also check for excess dirt over moving parts and gears in the whole unit. To clean it, unscrew the 4 black screws that hold all this unit, remove it, clean it with some soft brush and cloth (avoid using air pressure, also avoid breath blowing anything). Replace the grease with some plastic-safe grease and remount everything.
If nothing of this helps, maybe your sliding motor has some problem. In this case, only an repair shop could help.
First off, what is the make \model of your machine so I can help you better. Otherwise, take the cover of the unit off and look to see if you can see any small gears at the front of the drawer. If so use a small screwdriver to turn the gear or gears. The laser assy. will move down first to get out of the way of the drawer then the drawer will slide open. If you cannot see any gears you must get the drawers' faceplate off. Once off you should be able to see gears or a belt and motor that you spin to get the laser assy. down. Once the laser assy. is down you will be able to slide the drawer out by hand. Replace belt if there is one. Good Luck!!